Re: [webkit-dev] contentWidth of a table row rendering data

2007-01-17 Thread Mark Rowe
Hi Stephen, On 18/01/2007, at 3:03 AM, Stephen Deken wrote: On 1/17/07, David D. Kilzer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: There is nothing that says you can't ship your own copy of WebKit (legal or otherwise)! OmniWeb does just that. Strange -- I'd read some discussion (apparently from 2004) which

Re: [webkit-dev] contentWidth of a table row rendering data

2007-01-17 Thread Stephen Deken
The email you reference was written prior to WebKit being open-sourced. Ah, of course. How are you specifying which framework to link against? I'm specifying my WebKitBuild/Release directory in my Framework Search Paths, and I'm copying the frameworks into my app bundle's Frameworks

[webkit-dev] W3C's proposed new HTML Working Group charters

2007-01-17 Thread Maciej Stachowiak
Hi Everyone, The Safari Team at Apple gave official feedback on the W3C's proposed new HTML and related Working Group charters: http://www.w3.org/ 2006/11/HTML-WG-charter.html I posted our feedback publicly here: http://webkit.org/blog/?p=89 I encourage those of you who work for W3C

Re: [webkit-dev] Compiling webkit on windows

2007-01-17 Thread Krzysztof Kowalczyk
Currently it probably won't compile anyway due to recent changes, but... First, make sure that you do svn co under cygwin shell in order to get files with unix-style line-ending - last time I've tried and didn't do it, perl scripts wouldn't work. It's also possible you're not running from

Re: [webkit-dev] Compiling webkit on windows

2007-01-17 Thread Mike Emmel
Looks like your missing the realpath program also. On 1/17/07, Krzysztof Kowalczyk [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Currently it probably won't compile anyway due to recent changes, but... First, make sure that you do svn co under cygwin shell in order to get files with unix-style line-ending - last